Sunday night dinner

August 16, 2007 at 2:22 am Leave a comment

p1000153.jpgp1000156.jpg We usually go out for Sunday dinners with the in-laws.  Since KK passed away, we’ve changed our family dinners to Sat lunch or dinner.  It makes sense too b/c Sun dinners run really late and kids have school the next morning.  Anyway, this week we’ve already had our family dinner at Oriental Pavillion.  I volunteered to cook Sunday dinner for everyone(L, Grandmama, Ah mah and dh’s 2 bros) since Emma stayed the night and needed to be sent back to PJ.  Her mom and grandmama can come for dinner and take her home themselves.
This is what I  made:  
Cockals with roasted tomato/chili sauceCream of broc soup
Roastbeef
baked fish
roast chix drumsticks
mashed potatoes
 pasta
salad with parma ham

The old folks were scared of the creamy soup.  They said it was too creamy.  Most of us found it delish.  The roastbeef and baked fish turned out well.  But the surprised hit was the chix.  I made that especially for Ah mah and Siti(maid) since they don’t eat red meat.  Everyone else liked it too and L had 2 pieces.  Luckily, I made 10 drumstix.  The  pasta was also a fav with  everyone.  I usually use penne pasta, but just used what I had.  The secret was the olives, anchovies and capers paste(tapanade).  Must remember to get more supplies of that when I’m in SG.  Can’t find it here in MY.  My fave was the salad with parma ham.

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